The Life-Changing Way to Chemical Peel at Home

Clare McLoughlin
By Clare McLoughlin

Clare McLoughlin is an Independent Nurse Prescriber and advanced procedure aesthetic nurse and trainer with more than 16 years’ experience.


Despite causing our skin all sorts of problems, autumn and winter can also be somewhat advantageous. Nowhere is this more evident than in the case of Chemical Peels, which are rejuvenating treatments that require patients to avoid UV exposure throughout their recovery time. In the colder months, this is much easier to do, thanks to limited sunlight and more time spent indoors.

Is Clinical’s Active Peel System, a new form of at-home Chemical Peel, is perfect for use between professional peel treatments and can resurface the skin with immediate effect.

Read on to learn more about this premium skincare system.

How Does It Work?

iS Clinical’s Active Peel System uses powerful botanical ingredients to completely transform the appearance of the skin.

It should be applied in two parts for best results and can be used every other day after cleansing.

Step 1 focuses on exfoliation and draws on the soothing properties of its natural extracts to make this process as gentle as possible.

How does it work?

Once the exfoliation is complete, the stage is set for Step 2. This provides the skin with lasting radiance and hydration, employing proprietary Extremozyme technology to enable antioxidant protection and an improved complexion.

What can it treat

What Can It Treat?

In addition to general skin rejuvenation, iS Clinical’s Active Peel System minimises enlarged pores and reduces wrinkles. It also evens out tone and ensures consistency of texture whilst supporting the body’s natural collagen and elastin production processes.

This product is suitable for all skin types and must be applied in two stages. It should be left on the skin for three minutes and may tingle upon application. This is completely normal.

For everything you need to know about iS Clinical read our FAQ.

Got any burning questions about iS Clinical products? Ask our iS Clinical experts

If you want to read more, the experts at Consulting Room really know what they're talking about and have put together some lines and wrinkle improvement, complexion improvement or chemical peel treatment FAQs just for you. 

If you have more questions, you can use the lines and wrinkles, chemical peel or complexion improvement question feature to talk to our panel of trained medical experts. 

If you're keen to get started with any of these treatments right away then you're in luck - those clever folks also have a list of trusted, accredited lines and wrinkle clinics, chemical peel clinics and complexion improvement clinics in your area.

Thanks to Clare who founded Appearance Based Medicine in 2004, driven by a desire to provide advanced facial rejuvenation solutions and aesthetic treatments to patients in Marlow, Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas. 

People choose Appearance Based Medicine because of the top-quality and personable service that they receive, and always leave the clinic with a welcome boost to both their inner confidence and outer radiance. 

Check out how Clare can help you!

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